Daley Blind opens up on how Manchester United can beat Liverpool
Manchester United defender Daley Blind believes his side's height could be a key advantage against Liverpool on Monday night.
The Dutchman is expected to be named in Jose Mourinho 's starting line-up for the Premier League clash and revealed his excitement ahead of the anticipated fixture.
Speaking to MUTV, Blind opened up on how he believes United must use their height in the box against their rivals.
Three of the Reds' four goals vs Leicester at Old Trafford came from Blind 's corners and new signings Paul Pogba , Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Eric Bailly are all comfortably over 6ft tall so... read more
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